Our Groundbreaking Systems Implementation Model ®
Our Groundbreaking Implementation Process
Our PARIS process makes implementing Terrace Metrics in your school district a smooth and seamless process.
- Determine indicators, consent, Priority responders.
- Setup assessment
- Training for District/School Champions
- Administer assessments
- Verify and close
ESPOND + REVIEW
- Respond to high priority students
- Share results
- Review results to identify indicators for intervention
- Develop Intervention Plan using Tier I, II, III supports
ETUP FOR SUCCESS
- Establish assessment cycle
- Schedule followup assessment to measure growth
Set up for Success ( Coming Soon )
These indicators are the most robust predictors of workplace success and interpersonal functioning. The indicators can be customized to meet the specific needs of different departments.
Tenacity to achieve a goal; to not get distracted by the next shiny thing that comes our way.
Ability to develop multiple strategies when something is blocking a goal; motivation to pursue each until successful.
Specific skills needed to influence others in a positive way. Those with these skills intact are more self-confident and believe they can influence others.
External resources needed to overcome adversity. This indicator examines if basic needs are met (food security, neighborhood safety) as well as social supports that help overcome adversity.
Higher levels of positive life outlook; measures an individual’s current view about themselves, their world, and their future.
Positive School Experiences
Examines attitudes to teachers and overall school experiences.
Higher expectations of one’s personal abilities.
Examines general anxiety symptoms (not specific to any one source)
Assesses frequency of victimization: reports are flagged if the student endorses getting bullied at least 1 time per week
Assesses frequency of using bullying to others; reports are flagged if the student endorses victimizing others at least 1 time per week
Examines levels of depressive symptoms; also includes a self-harm ideation identification
Tendency to focus only on one’s perceived faults: difficulty accepting mistakes
Assesses levels of perceived isolation from others, measured by being ignored or actively excluded